• François Truffaut

    1932 - 1984

    François Truffaut (1932 - 1984)

    After starting his own film club in 1948, François Truffaut met André Bazin, who would have great effect on his professional and personal life. Bazin was a critic and the head of another film society at the time. He became a personal friend of Truffaut’s and helped him out of various financial and criminal situations […]

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  • Françoise Dorléac

    1942 - 1967

    Françoise Dorléac (1942 - 1967)

    Actress. Born the eldest of four daughters of film actor Maurice Dorléac and Renée Deneuve in Paris, France. She first appeared on stage at the age of 10, and made her film debut in the movie short “Mensonges” in 1957. She studied at the Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique, supporting herself as a model for Christian Dior. […]

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  • Françoise Marie-Antoinette Saucerotte Raucourt

    1756 - 1815

    Françoise Marie-Antoinette Saucerotte Raucourt (1756 - 1815)

    Actress. Françoise Raucourt was a favourite of Marie Antoinette and later Napoleon I who appointed her director of imperial theatres in Italy. During the Directory Raucourt was named director of the Théâtre Louvois. She was famous for her tragedy roles and played to full houses, though at times controversy about her private life eclipsed her […]

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  • Françoise Rosay

    1891 - 1974

    Françoise Rosay (1891 - 1974)

    Noted French Actress. She is best remembered for her films “Crainquebille” (1922), “La Kermesse Heroïque” (1935), “Pension Mimosas” (1935), “Un Carnet de Bal” (1938), “Une Femme Disparaît” (1942), “Saraband for Dead Lovers” (1948), “La Reine Margot” (1954), “The Seventh Sin” (1957), “Up From the Beach” (1961) and “Pas Folle la Guêpe” (1972). She was married […]

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  • Frank Bacon

    1864 - 1922

    Frank Bacon (1864 - 1922)

    Frank Bacon was an American character actor and playwright who after years of relative obscurity achieved great success as he entered the twilight of his career. The 1918 play Lightnin’, which Bacon co-wrote and starred in, set a Broadway record for the day of 1,291 performances and was still going strong on tour after more […]

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  • Frank A. Barney

    1862 - 1954

    Frank A. Barney (1862 - 1954)

    Artist. An Impressionist of the American School and one of the most prolific of the artists hired by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) during the Great Depression, Barney created more than 3000 works during his long career.  A native of the scenic Finger Lakes region of Central New York which inspired much of his artistic […]

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  • Frank Abbatemarco

    1899 - 1959

    Frank Abbatemarco (1899 - 1959)

    Frank Abbatemarco Organized Crime Figure. Known as “Frankie Shots”, he was a Captain in the Profaci Crime Family (today the Family is called the Colombo Family). He had one of the largest bookmaking and loan sharking operations in New York City during the 1940s and 1950s. He was shot and killed in a bar in […]

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  • Frank Abbott

    1878 - 1957

    Frank Abbott (1878 - 1957)

    Actor. He gained his motion picture renown during the “Silent Screen Era” that pre-dated talking films. His roles included appearances in the films “Fade Away Faster” (1926), and “The Wild Bull’s Lair” (1925).  Family links:  Parents:  William Abbot (1830 – 1879)  Mercedes Garcia Abbot (1839 – 1908)

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  • Frank Abbundando

    1910 - 1942

    Frank Abbundando (1910 - 1942)

    Frank Abbundando Organized Crime Figure. Known as “The Dasher”, he was a member of a murder-for-hire gang made up of Jewish and Italian street gangsters working out of Brooklyn, New York City, New York during the 1930s. This gang, who came to be known in the news media as “Murder Inc.”, carried out gangland murders […]

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  • Frank Albanese

    1931 - 2015

    Frank Albanese (1931 - 2015)

    Actor. He was an actor whose famous role was of “Uncle Pat” on the hit television show “The Sopranos”. He started out as a prize fighter, but a brain injury ended his career in boxing.   With the help of his friend and fellow boxer Rocky Graziano, Albanese got his start in acting.   His […]

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  • Frank Albertson

    1909 - 1964

    Frank Albertson (1909 - 1964)

    Actor.  Born the first child of Frank B. and Mary Healey Albertson.  Frank’s given name was Francis Healey Albertson and he was a native of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Frank spent his childhood first in nearby Frazee, and also in Puyallup, Washington. He first became interested in the entertainment business when he began working as a […]

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  • Frank Aletter

    1926 - 2009

    Frank Aletter (1926 - 2009)

    Frank Aletter (January 14, 1926 – May 13, 2009) was an American stage, film, and television actor.  During the 1950s, Aletter appeared on Broadway in Bells Are Ringing, Time Limit, and Wish You Were Here.  He soon moved on to a prolific television career, appearing as a guest on numerous shows between 1956 and 1988. […]

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  • Frank Alexander

    1879 - 1937

    Frank Alexander (1879 - 1937)

    Actor.  A figure from the silent motion picture era, he weighed well over 300 pounds during his film career, and had the nicknamed of “Tiny”. A stage driver prior to putting on weight and going to Hollywood, California, he became a member of comedian Larry Semon’s stock company. He appeared in a number of motion […]

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  • Frank Arthur Calder

    1915 - 2006

    Frank Arthur Calder (1915 - 2006)

    Frank Arthur Calder, OC OBC (August 3, 1915 – November 4, 2006) was a Nisga’a politician in Canada, the first First Nations person to be elected to any legislature in Canada. Born in Nass Harbour, British Columbia, Calder was the first Indian to graduate from the Anglican Theological College of the University of British Columbia. Mr. […]

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  • Frank Atkinson

    1893 - 1963

    Frank Atkinson (1893 - 1963)

    British Actor. He was born in Blackpool, Lancashire, England, and died in Pinner, Middlesex, England. His film and television credits include “Murder at the Gallop,””Coronation Street,” “The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll,” “Saturday Night and Sunday Morning,” “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” “The Quatermass Experiment,” “The Titfield Thunderbolt” “The Man in the White Suit,””Great […]

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  • Frank Bacon

    1864 - 1922

    Frank Bacon (1864 - 1922)

    Actor, Playwright. He is remembered for his work in early silent films and stage in the twilight of his career, after years of relative obscurity. He possessed a laconic, casual style of underplaying that was unusual and connected with audiences. Born on a farm near Yuba City, California, his parents had moved from Kentucky and […]

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  • Frank Bank

    1942 - 2013

    Frank Bank (1942 - 2013)

    Actor. He will be fondly remembered for playing Clarence ‘Lumpy’ Rutherford in the TV series “Leave It To Beaver” (1958 to 1963). Born and raised in Los Angeles, he got his start in the industry at the age of ten, when he was cast in the part of Will Rogers as a child in the […]

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  • Frank Baum

    1856 - 1919

    Frank Baum (1856 - 1919)

    Frank Baum Born in New York in 1856, Frank Baum had his first best-selling children’s book with 1899’s Father Goose, His Book. The following year, Baum scored an even bigger hit with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and went on to write 13 more Oz books before his death in 1919. His stories have formed […]

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  • Frank Beal

    1862 - 1934

    Frank Beal (1862 - 1934)

    Actor and Screenwriter. Beal appeared in 38 films, directed 29 and wrote screenplays for 4. Married to actresses Louise Lester and Mary Egan. (bio by: TLS)  Family links:  Parents:  Elisha Franklin Beal (1826 – 1880)  Mary Howe Rathbun Beal (1829 – 1887)  Spouses:  Louise Lester Kammerer Beal (1867 – 1952)*  Mary Egan Beal (1878 – […]

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  • Frank Behrens

    1919 - 1986

    Frank Behrens (1919 - 1986)

    Actor. Born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, he was popular performer most noted for his many television series appearances. His TV credits include “The Honeymooners”, “Perry Mason”, “The Andy Griffith Show”, “The Patty Duke Show”, “Combat” and “The Twilight Zone”. For films, he appeared in “Wake Me When It’s Over” (1960) and “Stock Treatment” (1964). He was […]

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  • Frank Borzage

    1894 - 1962

    Frank Borzage (1894 - 1962)

    Frank Borzage’s father, Luigi Borzaga, was born in Ronzone, (then Austria-Hungary, now Italy) in 1859. As a stonemason, he sometimes worked in Switzerland; he met his future wife, Maria Ruegg (b. 1860, Ricken, Switzerland, – d. 1947, Los Angeles), where she worked in a silk factory. Borzaga emigrated to Hazleton, Pennsylvania in the early 1880s […]

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  • Frank Buck

    1884 - 1950

    Frank Buck (1884 - 1950)

    Professional Outdoor Adventurer, Filmmaker. He was born on March 17, 1884, in Gainesville, Texas. When Frank Buck was five, his family moved to Dallas,Texas. After attending public schools there, he left home at the age of eighteen to take a job handling a trainload of cattle being sent to Chicago. In 1911 he made his […]

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  • Frank Cady

    1915 - 2012

    Frank Cady (1915 - 2012)

    Frank Cady Cady had a recurring role as Doc Williams on “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” and had guest roles in TV series beginning in the early 1950s. He also had small parts in films, most notably Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window,” and appeared in Southern California stage productions. He was born Sept. 8, 1915, […]

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  • Frank Calder

    1877 - 1943

    Frank Calder (1877 - 1943)

    In 1917, the NHA’s owners decided to drop Eddie Livingstone’s Toronto Blueshirts franchise and took his players. The NHA’s president, Frank Robinson, seeing he was as powerless as his predecessor Emmett Quinn was, resigned as NHA president. Frank Calder, the league secretary, saw opportunity in the situation. He decided that the NHA owners allied against […]

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  • Frank Canton

    1849 - 1927

    Frank Canton (1849 - 1927)

    Outlaw and Lawman. His real name was Joe Horner, born near Richmond, Virginia. As a child his family moved to Texas where he became a cowboy, and worked the trails from Northern Texas to Kansas in the late 1860’s. In 1871 he started robbing banks and rustling cattle. In 1877 he was jailed for robbing […]

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  • Frank Capone

    1895 - 1924

    Frank Capone (1895 - 1924)

    Frank Capone Born Salvatore Capone, Frank was the son of Gabriele Capone (1865-1920), an Italian immigrant who settled with his wife Teresa Raiola (1867-1952)in New York City in 1894.[1] Besides Al, Frank had another brother who became a mobster, Ralph Capone. Growing up in New York, both Frank and Al became involved in the infamous […]

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  • Frank Carlson

    1893 - 1987

    Frank Carlson (1893 - 1987)

    Born in 1893 near Concordia, Kansas, Frank Carlson attended public schools and Kansas State University before serving in World War I as a Private. After the war, he returned to Concordia to farm. He was elected as a Republican to first the Kansas House of Representatives in 1928 and then to the United States House […]

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  • Frank Charles Laubach

    1884 - 1970

    Frank Charles Laubach (1884 - 1970)

    Religious Leader. A Congregational missionary and educator, beginning in 1929 he developed literacy primers for more then 300 languages and dialects in more than 100 countries. In 1955 he founded the non-profit organization, Laubach Literacy Inc. He created the slogan “Each One Teach One.”  Family links:  Parents:  John Brittain Laubach (1849 – 1935)  Harriet Jane […]

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  • Frank Christi

    1929 - 1982

    Frank Christi (1929 - 1982)

    Actor. He appeared in the films, “The Story Of Pretty Boy Floyd” (1974), “The Don Is Dead” (1973), “Hit!” (1973), “Terminal Island” (1973), and “The Steagle” (1971). He also made guest appearances on the television shows, “Charlie’s Angels,” “The Rockford Files,” “Baretta,” “The Incredible Hulk,” “Serpico,” “The Blue Knight,” “Cannon,” “The Invisible Man,” “Mannix,” “Kojak,” […]

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  • Frank Clarke

    1898 - 1948

    Frank Clarke (1898 - 1948)

    American stunt pilot and motion picture actor. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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